age rating of games

Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by alex_0706, Oct 5, 2011.

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what do you think of the age rating ofa games/movies

  1. pure shit

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  2. fine now

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  3. just lowwer those ratings

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  4. make them higher

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  5. other please specify

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Oct 5, 2011

age rating of games by alex_0706 at 1:51 PM (1,067 Views / 0 Likes) 18 replies

  1. alex_0706
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    what do you all thin of the age rating of games movies series and more

    my answer of couse : pure shit
     
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    reason: Death note 1/2 16+ have read the magna what now 16+ not even 12+ if you ask it to me
     
  3. Xuphor

    Banned Xuphor I have lied to all of you. I am deeply sorry.

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    Thrill Kill, the cancelled PS1 game, was only cancelled because it was hit by an AO rating by the ESRB and Sony didn't want an AO game on their console back then.

    The AO version of Thrill Kill still got leaked all over the internet. I've played it, and I'm not joking when I say there are several TEEN games that are much worse than that game nowadays. I'm picking Other, because the choices you gave make no sense. Make them higher, make them lower? What?

    EDIT: Oh, now I see. You're the same person that posted the "why would you celebrate that you get older" thread. No wonder it makes no sense.
     
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    reminded me of this
    [​IMG]
     
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    meh i think its fine but people still see me as a girl of 14 years old... I'm twenty
    hate being small [​IMG] 150 cm
     
  6. Xuphor

    Banned Xuphor I have lied to all of you. I am deeply sorry.

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    Lol, I'm 117 cm (3 feet ~10-11 inches) tall with no breasts at all and 24 years old [​IMG] It's hilarious when I try to buy a M rated game. (I'm a runt RL, not a midget/dwarf/"little person" btw)

    EDIT: Fixed math error.
     
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    That looks more like an illustrated guide to the CERO to me
     
  8. Sora de Eclaune

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    I think it's fine until games like Mr. Mosquito, then I wonder how half of the games today can get by with so much stuff.
     
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    I think ratings for games could be lower, they need to stop being so uptight(?).

    Like some places saying doa is child junk. [​IMG]
     
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    youre totally right

    its the same with shows/ movies (deadnote 16 here in europe {17+ in the us or not})
     
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    funny image ps i read 18+ mangas (says internet) like to love ru (darkness)
    as o already have says rating is just pure shit i dont mind if its really 18+ and i dont care what the police will say (if the come, but that cannot happen (secert option with my browser))
     
  12. Narayan

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    that's because those things are available online.
    @OP you were referring to Death Note. question is where did you watch it?
     
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    downloaded it and watched it at home
    ps download loaction not avaleble anymore so dont ask me for it
     
  14. Narayan

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    no, i have my own sources. well, if you watch it in regulated places, for example, cinemas. that's the only time i think that ratings will work.
     
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    http://www.qj.net/qjnet/news/esrb-doesnt-play-the-games-they-rate-know-why.html

    Some info.
     
  16. legendofphil

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    The original version was rated AO, it was then cut and submitted for a M but EA bought Virgin Interactive Entertainment at the same and axed alot of the games in development including Thrill Kill.
    IIRC Thrill Kill was all but complete and EA canned it because they didn't want to affect their image.
     
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    I really hate age-rating.
    Whats the point? Even though Black Ops is not for minors, 80% of all people there are ages 3 and up.

    If you don't want your kid to play mature games - don't buy them then.
     
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    I dont know about the American rating system, but the Australian one needs improvement. We give games MA15+ when they really should be 18+, simply because thats the highest they can rate it without it being "unclassified" which essentially means banned. I wont elaborate any further since I could go on for ages, and it has been covered before, both on the temp and also elsewhere.
     
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    usefull for us
    but in europe its pegi that rates the games
    (and some reviewers that they ask to play (mostly just normal kids/teens) (holland)
    if you are in holland/belgium you can prcticipe in this (site comes later whe ni am remebering it again/ the admins aprove this)
    the games you get are for the consoles you have and you can keep those games (ps its totally unpaid job the games are your payment)
    this means you dont get money
     

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